Florida’s Governor charged with Campaign Violations – End Citizens United
The current charges that are facing Mr. Rick Scott will probably provoke remembrance of another infamous act that involved him when he was serving as the CEO of the Colombia HCA. This scandal involved a Medicare fraud that saw Mr. Rick resigning. This followed after his company was forced to pay a figure close to $1.7 billion fine after the FBI investigated this matter to the core.
However, Mr. Scott denied those allegations just the way he has dismissed the campaign violation allegations that are facing him currently. This refusal has not been in the mind of many individuals until Mr. Rick appealed his fifth right in the court that handles civil issues, which are related to fraud. As his second term ends, the End Citizens United is focused on some of his undertaking that has a potential of improving his haunt for US senatorial position. Watch this video on Youtube.
Indulging End Citizens United Goal to Limit Campaign Contributions
In 2010, the Supreme Court recognized the corporations as the only entity that can spend untraceable and unlimited resources to support political candidates in the United States election. To this end, the candidate will not be required to explain the source of their support. Therefore, mogul can utilize their wealth to support the candidates of their choice without having to worry about what will follow.
This move, however, was strongly opposed by those who felt that this was not right this being the primary reason for the establishment of the End Citizens United. The main aim of this foundation is to ensure that the democracy of the citizens remains at the equilibrium without the influence of the wealthy. The primary basis of the accusation for this body includes the gifting of an undisclosed and unlimited fund. View the group’s profile on Politifact.com.
The New Republican PAC
In the middle of April this year, the American bridge reported that one of the entities that were chaired by Mr. Scott, PAC had received significant donations from some undisclosed equity executives. While the SEC has barred financial institutes from funding political activities, this funding is said to have been channeled to PAC.